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[ad_1] “Benedetta” is a new French film, the screenplay of which is loosely based on the non-fiction book “Immodest Acts: The Life of a Lesbian Nun in Renaissance Italy” by Judith C Brown. The film premiered at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival, in competition for the Palme d’Or. Set in 17th-century Italy, the film follows …

[ad_1] Julia Ducournau’s film, Titane is a body horror film that features a car, a woman and a hybrid baby… we’ll let you do the math on this one. But this year he won the prestigious Palme d’Or at Cannes. If you are a fan of international movies and love grotesque body horror movies, we …

[ad_1] that of Albert Dupontel Goodbye morons (the French title is more expressive) is a fast-paced comedy about a wild night in which a barber with an incurable lung disease, an aging computer scientist with suicidal tendencies and a blind man struggling with the madness of grandeur are thrown together in a desperate quest. It’s …

[ad_1] The new movie “Echo Boomers” has an important local circuit. Not only is it based in Chicago and partially shot in the city in 2019, with iconic shots at Union Station and along the L tracks of Wabash Avenue, it’s also the first film by a Columbia College Chicago graduate. Seth Savoy began writing …

[ad_1] Cuties is an upcoming French comedy based on the story of an 11-year-old Senegalese girl struggling between her family’s cultural values ​​and modern, fascinating life. At one trigger point, she joined a dance club called Cutie where she was seen adult dancing with other dancers. Cuties has already premiered at the Sundance Film Festival …

[ad_1] A recent poster released by Netflix to promote the Franco-Senegalese film Cute (Cute) sparked mass outrage, with thousands accusing the online streaming platform of sexualizing young girls and some even demanding a ban on the award-winning film. Responding to criticism, Netflix on Thursday apologized and announced it was removing the controversial artwork, which featured …

[ad_1] Look, it’s been a weird week. It’s been a weird month. It’s been a weird year. Why not add a weird movie about a boy with angel wings to the mix? Ricky is a 2009 French film about a baby growing angel wings, and while that is as weird as it sounds, it also …

[ad_1] Almost the entire movie, 95%, was shot near Larimore, said Sholes, who wrote, directed and produced the 78-minute film. He plays a leading role in the film, which also stars nine other actors from that region, some of whom will be recognizable to local theatergoers, he said. Low-budget thriller “Mental Whiplash” tells the story …

[ad_1] Production is underway on the British thriller Here before, the feature debut by writer and director Stacey Gregg, starring Andrea Riseborough (Bird man). Jonjo O’Neill (The fall), Martin McCann (Caliber) and Eileen O’Higgins (Brooklyn) complete the cast of the production which will tour in and around Belfast for four weeks. After new neighbors move …

[ad_1] Portrait of a Lady on Fire (M, 121 min) Directed by Céline Sciamma ★★★★★ In the 18th century, if a family of shameless wealth had a daughter approaching marriageable age – and if that daughter had a sufficiently pulchritudinal face to be deemed worthy of a beat, then a portrait painter would be hired …

[ad_1] Kevin feige has said in the past that he doesn’t look for R-rated movies, and when asked about the success of dead Pool and Logan, he has answered, “My takeaway from these two films isn’t the R rating, it’s the risk they took, the chances they took, the creative limits they pushed. It should …

[ad_1] Apparently, it took a while before the cream of the French acting profession could be persuaded to appear in a TV series that sheds sardonic light on the relationship between actors and their agents – or maybe it is. were their agents who were harboring reserves – but once the ball started rolling, there …

[ad_1] The revenge and rape thriller genre is loaded with a tumultuous history, mostly dominated by men: male writers, male directors and very often male protagonists avenging the assault of a female character. And yet, many female fans of genre films retain some kind of soft spot for the story of rape and revenge, especially …

[ad_1] Danielle Darrieux, one of the great stars of French cinema, died Wednesday in Bois-le-Roi, France. She was 100 years old. The star of director Max Ophuls’ early 1950s classic films “La Ronde” and “Madame’s Earrings of …” and “Mayerling” by Anatole Litvak in 1936 also made a few films in Hollywood and, later in …

[ad_1] From Boho scruff to Soho toff: Helena Bonham Carter becomes elegant for her new French film … but always keeps her dented boots By Marc Andrews Posted: 17:20 BST, April 27, 2014 | Update: 09:26 BST, April 28, 2014 Proving that she’s not just an actress of great versatility, Helena Bonham Carter is also …

[ad_1] Targeting the tightly-controlled Chinese film market is a risky business even for the most benign foreign films, which makes “Something Good”, a new thriller from Italian actor and director Luca Barbareschi, a moon stroke. Set in Hong Kong, the film explores the global trafficking of contaminated food, a hot political topic in China since …

[ad_1] French film trailer upside down. French trailer for the romantic sci-fi thriller Upside Down starring Jim Sturgess and Kirsten Dunst. A French trailer has been posted for the romantic sci-fi thriller Upside down with Jim Sturgess and Kirsten Dunst. We showed you a few stills from the movie last month, but they were mostly …